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post #51 of 80
So, to get a card to fit, I had to remove one of the "A" type clamps closest to the card outputs for it to fit, and place it in the middle pcie slot.

I am on the fence about rma at this point.
post #52 of 80
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Originally Posted by Niberius View Post

Try telling that to my R9 290X with the accelero 3 fitted to the card using nothing but the parts that came with the accelero 3 cooler. Im running 1200mhz core with 1.328vc and the hottest set of VRM's being VRM1 maxes out at 79-81C with the core maxing out at 64c.

If I run stock clocks and stock vcore the temps are drastically better but as you can see even with a hefty overvolt/overclock my temps are all in check. As long as everything is properly installed and you have decent case airflow then this cooler is more than sufficient enough to do the job.
I would hardly call 80c VRM's good... Sufficient yes but the Tri-X and PCS+ have much better cooling...

Anyway, judging from all of the people who have the AXIV it seems like a cool concept but isn't too well though out considering it doesn't fit in a lot of PC's.
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post #53 of 80
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Originally Posted by chiknnwatrmln View Post

I would hardly call 80c VRM's good... Sufficient yes but the Tri-X and PCS+ have much better cooling...

Anyway, judging from all of the people who have the AXIV it seems like a cool concept but isn't too well though out considering it doesn't fit in a lot of PC's.[/quote
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Originally Posted by chiknnwatrmln View Post

I would hardly call 80c VRM's good... Sufficient yes but the Tri-X and PCS+ have much better cooling...

Anyway, judging from all of the people who have the AXIV it seems like a cool concept but isn't too well though out considering it doesn't fit in a lot of PC's.
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Originally Posted by chiknnwatrmln View Post

I would hardly call 80c VRM's good... Sufficient yes but the Tri-X and PCS+ have much better cooling...

Anyway, judging from all of the people who have the AXIV it seems like a cool concept but isn't too well though out considering it doesn't fit in a lot of PC's.

Um, that's with a overvolt (1.328vc) and a 1200mhz core Oc. 80c load temps on vrm 1 under that much voltage and overclock is very good. If I run stock clocks and volts it's in the mid to low 60's on vrm 1.

Edited by Niberius - 3/22/14 at 7:29pm
post #54 of 80
And Core temps with the overclock and overvolt never exceed 64c. It's easily as good as the tri-x cooler and beats the tri-x handily in the noise dept.
Edited by Niberius - 3/22/14 at 2:38pm
post #55 of 80
PCS+

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814131569
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814131548

BOTH have back plates to boot. thumb.gif

Like you need to know ANYTHING else as of right now.

IF I wasn't doing this right now I'd be on the 2nd link I posted like stink on poo ....... wink.gif


WOW ... IF you look at the pics close PowerColor has added sinks to the VRM's ... maybe even the memory?

SS
Edited by ssiperko - 3/22/14 at 2:55pm
post #56 of 80
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PCS+

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814131569
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814131548

BOTH have back plates to boot. thumb.gif

Like you need to know ANYTHING else as of right now.

IF I wasn't doing this right now I'd be on the 2nd link I posted like stink on poo ....... wink.gif


WOW ... IF you look at the pics close PowerColor has added sinks to the VRM's ... maybe even the memory?

SS

I agree, saw that the other day on newegg and If I was looking for a new 290X that would be the one I would get.
post #57 of 80
Modded my xfired 290X's w/G10 and H105 to use the cooling backplate from the new Accelero Twin Turbo III

All versions use the same backplate.





post #58 of 80
nwkrep82

What VRM temps?
post #59 of 80
The way I have it currently set up, VRM 1 and VRM 2 temps haven't exceeded about 63c and 57c respectively during extended benchmark loops (that's with a slight overclock on both cards). My ambient room temp is 77F (25c).

post #60 of 80
I came yesterday Accelero Xtreme IV. At 80% cooler temperature keeps - gpu - 67, vrm1 - 73, vrm2 - 61 (msi r9 290 ref).
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